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Year of Inception 2006
No. of units 1
No. of Awareness programmes conducted on Blood Donation and Aids Awareness

Events conducted:

  • Voluntary Blood donation.
  • AIDS Awareness.

Highlights of Red Ribbon Club:

  • R. Malar Selvia student of B.Sc., Nutrition, has bagged the best University prize for “Rangoli” on AIDS Awareness conducted at Chennai.
  • Rekhaa student of B.Sc., Interior Design has won the first prize for poster – making on AIDS Awareness.

Committee members are,

1 Dr. P.N. Sudha, M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed., Ph.D.,
D.K.M. College for Women,
2 Dr. D. Sasikala, M.Sc., M.Phil.,
Assist. Prof. of Zoology
D.K.M. College for Women,




Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. RRC Member Orientation Programme 10.03.2022 Celebrating life View
2. RRC Interactive session 10.03.2022 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View




Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
. RRC Member Orientation Programme 18.02.2021 Celebrating life View
2. RRC Interactive session 18.02.2021 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View


Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. RRC Member Orientation Programme 07.01.2020 Celebrating life View
2. RRC Interactive session 13.03.2020 RRC Interactive session with HIV +ve Speaker View
3. RRC – Peer Education Training session 12.02.2020 HIV/Aids – Diagnosis and Treatment View

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Youth Red Cross: The Dynamics of its Role

The Youth of today are the responsible citizens of tomorrow. The Most important task of universities and colleges is to equip the student youth to live and play their nation building activity purposefully and meaningfully along with NSS and NCC. The Youth Red Cross Wing has in recent years drawn in to its fold. The main objectives of youth Red Cross are “Health, Service and Friendship”.

Important activities of Youth Red Cross Banners

  1. Organizing Blood Donation Camps.
  2. Getting First aid Training.
  3. Collection and Distribution of old Cloths for victims of natural disasters.
  4. Disaster management training.
  5. Tree Plantation campaigns.
  6. Environmental Protection Projects.
  7. AIDS Awareness Programme.
  8. Campaigns against smoking, Alcoholism and Drug abuse.
  9. Arranging medical Camps.
  10. Educating the Public in Road safety norms



Dr. T.Bharathi, M.Com., M.B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Commerce


Mrs. C.Revathi, M.Sc., M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematic

Mrs. Rajalakshmi, M.A., M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor of English



    1. ‘International Yoga Day’ was celebrated on 21.06.2016 and Yoga Demonstration was done by Ms. Anju Sakthivel.  100 volunteers participated.
    2. Awareness programme on International Day against Illicit Trafficking and Drug Abuse was held on 28.06.2016 at IRCS, Vellore District Branch.  The YRC Programme Officer and 20 YRC Volunteers took part.
    3. Awareness Programme on “Voluntary Blood Donation” was organized at the College Campus on 01.07.2016. 120 YRC Volunteers participated.  K. Latha Lakshmi, M.B.B.S.,D.G.O. M.S.(O.G), Christian Medical College, Vellore was the chief guest.
    4. Blood Donation Camp was organized in the College Campus on 22.07.2016. 30 Units of Blood were donated to Govt. Medical College, Adukkambarai.
    5. ‘World Hepatitis Day’ was observed on 27.07.2016. Doctors from CMC Came to College Campus and triggered the awareness about the disease.  400 YRC Volunteers took part.
    6. HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme was organised in the College Campus on 09.08.2016 from 11.30A.M to 1.00P.M. Malliga Chandran, Director, WHEEL, addressed the gathering.  500 YRC Volunteers Participated.
    7. Geneva Convention Day was celebrated by organising Elocution Essay and Drawing Competitions on 17.08.2016. Winners were given prizes and certificates by the District Collector on 19.08.2016 at IRCS, Vellore District Branch.
    8. One Day District Level YRC Study Camp was held on 02.09.2016. 75 YRC Volunteers from 15 Colleges  of Vellore District took part.
    9. One Day District Level YRC Elocution Contest was held on 14.09.2016 at DKM College. The Topic was Youth Employment in India.     M.Karthiga, II MBA, Kingston Engineering College won 1st Place (in English).  Ms.T.Indumathi, II B.Sc. Computer Science, AAA College Walajaphet won 1st Place (in Tamil)
    10. YRC Programme Officer and 5 YRC Volunteers Participated in the 3 days YRC Zonal Camp at Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu from 25.10.2016 to 27.10.2016.
    11. ‘International Disaster Reduction Day’ was observed on 13.10.2016. YRC Programme Officer and 50 YRC Volunteers took part in the Awareness Rally organised by IRCS, Vellore District Branch from Netaji Stadium to Gandhi Statue on Vellore.
    12. YRC Programme Officer was the Resource person for the National Youth Day Celebrations at Thirupattur College of Arts and Science, Thirupattur on 05.01.2017 and at Kingston Engineering College on 12.01.2017.
    13. ‘Road Safety Rally’ was organised by IRCS, Vellore District Branch on 18.01.2017. 300 YRC Volunteers  and YRC Programme Officer participated. 14 other Schools and colleges (JRC,YRC members) took part.
    14. YRC Programme Officer and one YRC Volunteers took participated in the Inter-State YRC Study-Cum-Training Camp at NM Engineering College, Bhuvaneshwari, Odisha State from 27.01.2017 to 31.01.2017.
    15. K. Ameenal bibi acted as a resource Person for the YRC Meeting at C.Abdul Hakeem College, Melvisharam, on 06.03.2017.
    16. K. Ameenal bibi acted as a resource Person for the Women’s Day celebrations at Arignar Anna Government Arts College for Women, Walajapet on 08.03.2017.


  1. International yoga day was celebrated on 21.06.2017, jointly organized by IRCS, Vellore district branch. 200 YRC volunteers participated in the Yoga demonstration.
  2. District level drawing competition was organized by IRCS, Vellore district branch on the topic, “Fundamental principles Red cross movement” on 06.08.2017. Ms. L.Pavithra III won the II prize on the 68th Geneva Convention Day celebrated on 12.08.2017 at 4p.m. Our Vellore District Collector Thiru S.A.Raman presided over the function.
  3. “Swaach Bharath” Programme was organized at government High school, Edayanchathu Panchayat on 17.08.2017. 120 YRC Volunteers from III Mathematics and III actively involved in the cleaning process of the school campus and 25 saplings were planted within the School campus.
  4. K.Ameenal Bibi, YRC Programme officer was the chief guest for the 71st Independence day celebrations at Velammal Bodhi campus School, Vellore 1, on 15.08.2017
  5. YRC Blood Donation Camp was organized on 13.09.2017. Thirty units of blood were given to Government Medical College Hospital, Adukkamparai.
  6. K.Ameenal Bibi was the resourcre person for the YRC activities of Induction Programme at Mazharul Uloom College, Ambur on 16.09.2017.
  7. World Humanitarian Day was celebrated on 26.09.2017. A Human Rally was organized from Vellore Town Hall to Gandhi Statue and an awareness talk on this programme was followed.50 Volunteers participated in the programme.
  8. K.Ameenal Bibi was the resource person for the YRC meeting at Sri Akilandeswari Women’s college of Arts and science, Vandavasi on 06.10.2017.
  9. K.Ameenal Bibi represented Tamilnadu YRC team in the five days Inter-State Training cum study camp organized by Odisha State Branch,IRCS at Nilachal Polytechnic College, Bhuvaneshwar from 17.12.2017 to 21.12.17.
  10. T.Bharathi, Assistant Professor of commerce, along with four YRC Volunteers took part in the 4 days State Level YRC Training Cum Study Camp organized by Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore from 20.12.2017 to 23.12.2017.
  11. One day District level YRC Study camp was organized at our college campus on 30.01.2018. Seventeen colleges of Vellore District participated with the strength of 70 YRC Volunteers and 14 YRC Programme officers.
  12. District Level Elocution Contest was organized on 06.02.2018 on the topic ,”The Training Programmes to be given to YRC Volunteers to face the challenges of Natural disaster”. Ms S.B.Thilagavathy II chemistry of our college won the first place. Ms.R.Hemavathy I Mathematics from Auxilium college won the first place in the English Elocution Contest.
  13. K.Ameenal Bibi was the resource person for the “YRC Programme officer’s Meet” at Thiruvalluvar University on 09.02.2018.
  14. K.Ameenal Bibi, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Dr.T.Bharathi, Assistant Professor of Commerce were the resource persons on the topics “History of Redcross” and “Awareness on HIV/AIDS” respectively at the three days zonal camp of Youth Redcross organized by Thiruvalluvar university,Serkkadu from 21.02.2018 to 23.02.2018. Seven YRC Volunteers from our college participated.
  15. One day District Level Disaster Management Camp was organized by IRCS,Vellore District Branch from 9 a.m to 5 p.m on 10.03.2018. Seventeen YRC Volunteers from our college took active part in the camp.
  16. International Women’s Day and the Death Anniversary of the first Women Educationist in India, Ms. Savithri Bhai Bhulae’s memories were dicussed in the YRC meeting organized on 12.03.2018. The Journalist Ms.Kavin Malar from Chennai interacted with the gathering of 125 YRC Volunteers.


  1. World Yoga Day was celebrated on 21.06.2018 at Vellore Fort. 200 YRC volunteers of our college  took part in the celebrations. The programme was organised by Indian Red Cross Society, Vellore Branch.
  2. World Population Day was celebrated on 11.07.2018 at pallavan B.Ed College. The YRC programme officer Dr. K. Ameenal Bibi  was the Chief Guest.
  3. District Level drawing competition on the topic “A beautiful world starts with you” was held at IRCS, Vellore district branch on 28.07.2018. Our YRC volunteer Ms. Arsiya sulthana (I Maths) won the II place.
  4. District Level Elocution Contest organized by IRCS, Vellore District Branch on the topic, “Discrimination against Women: Due to Caste (or) Class Differences” on 03.08.2018.
  5. District Level Elocution Contest organized by IRCS, Vellore District Branch on the topic, “The Value of Humanity in today’s life” was rganized at DKMC on 20.08.2018.
  6. One day District Level YRC study camp was organized on 10.09.2018. 15 colleges took part with the strength of 75 YRC volunteers.
  7. 10 YRC Volunteers from Tamil Nadu state let by Dr. K. Ameenal Bibi attended Indian Youth Parliament Meeting from 15.09.2018 to 17.09.2018. at Jaipur.
  8. Geneva Convention Day was celebrated at IRCS, Vellore district branch on 27.09.2018. Prize winners of drawing and elocution contests were given prizes by the District Collector.
  9. K.Ameenal Bibi was the resource person for the one day YRC zonal meeting for YRC programme officers on 12.10.2018 at Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu.
  10. YRC unit of our college organized One day seminar on “Women Empowerment” on 29.10.2018(Monday). 250 volunteers took part actively.
  11. K.Ameenal Bibi was the resource person for the YRC meeting on 19.02.2019 organized by Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Walajapet.
  12. K.Ameenal Bibi Participated in the Inter-state YRC study camp for YRC volunteers and the YRC programme officers held from 04.03.2019 to 08.03.2019 at Karunya University, Coimbatore.
  13. ‘Interview Skills’ programme will be organized on 20.03.2019 for the outgoing students. Shri L.M.V Devakumar will be the resource person.  Livi II M.Sc (Nursing) from CMC college of Nursing will present a Power Point Presentation on “Breast Cancer Awareness”.



  1. International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21.06.2019 at Vellore Fort. 300 YRC volunteers of our college took part in the celebrations. The programme was organised by Indian Red Cross Society, Vellore Branch.
  2. One Day District Level YRC Study Camp was organised at Auxilium College on 23.07.19. Fifteen Colleges from in and around Vellore participated in the camp. Sixty YRC volunteers participated and benefited.
  3. Voluntary Blood Donation Camp was organised at our college on 25.07.2019. Twenty Nine units of blood were donated to CMC Hospital, Vellore. An appreciation certificate to the college was issued by CMC Hospital.
  4. K.Ameenal Bibi was the Chief Guest for the YRC Orientation Programme held at Voorhees college on 29.07.2019.
  5. Cancer Awareness Programme was organised by our college on 29.08.2019. Dr.K.Velavan, M.D., R.T., Consultant Radiation, Oncologist and Chemotherapist was the Chief guest of the programme and delivered special address on the theme.
  6. District Level Oratorical Contest was organised on 28.08.2019 on the theme” Today’s Problems and Solutions of India”. Seventeen colleges from in and around Vellore participated in the programme.
  7. First Aid Training Programme was organised by our college on 06.09.2019. Prof.Manickam, IRCS, Tamilnadu Branch was the Chief guest of the programme and delivered special address on the theme. 300 volunteers actively participated in the programme.
  8. A lecture on “Interview Skills” was organised on 20.09.2019. Shri.L.M.V.Devakumar, Senior Manager, Canara Bank (Retd.) was the resource person of the programme. 200 outgoing students actively participated in the programme.
  9. K.Ameenal Bibi was the Chief Guest for the YRC Orientation Programme held at Don Bosco college, Yelagiri Hills on 15.10.2019.
  10. K.Ameenal Bibi and 4 YRC volunteers participated in the Four Days State Level YRC Training cum Study Camp held at Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore from 10.12.2019 to 13.12.2019.
  11. Eight Students of our college participated in District level competitions (Drawing, Oratorical and Essay writing) conducted by IRCS, Vellore on 19.02.2020.


1) Humanity in Action

2) YRC Volunteer as a College Health Ambassador

3) The Role of YRC Volunteer in Fostering Friendship.



The aim and objective of the NSS is personality development of the students through communal service.

The objectives of the NSS include:

  • Creating social awareness leading to effective action
  • Active involvement in community problems to spearhead social change
  • Bringing about overall development of the student’s personality through involvement in projects
  • Training students for responsible leadership

These objectives are realized through various projects under the guidance and supervision of the NSS Programme Officer assisted by faculty members.

  • D.K.M -NSS unit was started in the 1980. The college has 4 NSS units, 100 students for each unit and totally 400
    students participate in all the activities of the NSS.
  • NSS of our college organizes various programmes related to community Orientation and encourage students to participate in extension activities in the form of awareness programmes, rallies and community services.
  • The yearly activities of the NSS includes orientation and awareness programmes related to AIDS, breast feeding, tuberculosis, leprosy, blood donation, polio, etc., Important days like Gandhi Jayanthi, World Suicide Day, Voters awareness day, Womens day, World Breast Feeding week, Population day and festivals like Diwali, Pongal and Christmas are also celebrated in order to create communal harmony and integrity among the students.

NSS Activities 2020 – 2021
Training Programmes Attended by P.Os:Orientation Course at “MSSW”, Chennai.

  • Mrs. L. Uma maheshwari
    Assistant professor of Botany
  • Dr.S.Sasikala
    Assistant professor of Zoology
  • Dr. S. Santhalakshmi
    Assistant professor of Chemistry
  • Dr.G.Vijayalakshmi
    Assistant professor of History
  • Ms .G.Sudha

Training for Trainers at “RGNIYD” Sriperumbudur.

  • Dr.S.Sasikala
    Assistant professor of Zoology


1Mrs.S.MythiliCommerceBest P.O2005-2006
2Mrs.K. SarumathyBiochemistryBest P.O2007-2008
3Ms.J.Anisa BegumBiochemistryBest Volunteer2005-2006
4Ms.N.KasthuriBiochemistryBest Volunteer2006-2007
5Ms.S.KalaivaniCommerceBest Volunteer2006-2007
6Ms.S.RevathiCommerceBest Volunteer2007-2008







  • 21.06.15 – International Yoga day was celebrated.
  • 13.07.15 – In connection with ‘World Population  Day’, Pledge was taken by the volunteers in presence of Dr. P.N. Sudha, Principal, DKM College, Vellore.
  • 23.07.15 –  In association with Govt. medical department “World Population Day” was conducted.  Human Rally was conducted from Anna Kalaiarangam to Voorhees college, Vellore.
  • 23.07.15 – An awareness program on “Road safety” was conducted.
  • 12.08.15 – In connection with ‘Internationl Youth Day’ pledge was taken by the volunteers.
  • 20.08.15 – In connection with ‘Sadbavana Diwas’ pledge was taken by the volunteers.
  • 26.08.15 – Oonam festival was celebrated by drawing Athapu kolam.
  • 10.09.15 – Rally was conducted from Taulk Office to DKM College, sainathapuram, Vellore.  Signature campaign was also conducted.    Rally was initiated by Rn.R.K. Jaya Prakash, President, Rotary club of Vellore Presidency. Dr. Zubaidha Sultha, Psychiatrist, Meenakshi medical college, Kancheepuram interacted with the NSS volunteers on the topic “ Reaching out & Saving Life”.
  • 06.10.15 – Blood donation camp was organized at DKM College.
  • 12.10.15 – Essay writing and oratorical competitions were conducted in commemoration ‘Youth Renaissance Day’. The winners were sent for District Level competition conducted by Govt. Of Tamil Nadu.
  • 15.10.15 – In connection with Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s 84th birth anniversary NSS volunteers participated in the rally.


S. No. Date Programme Volunteers Participated
1 21.06.16 International Yoga Day was celebrated in Thiruvalluvar University 100 volunteers participated
2 27.06.16 Orientation program to the new NSS volunteers on the motto and objectives of National Services Scheme was conducted. 400 volunteers participated
3 07.07.16



In connection with ‘World population Day” speech competition was conducted 20 students participated in the competition. Three of them got the prize. 60 Volunteers participated
4 11.07.16 In connection with “World Population Day” and in association with Government Medical College, Vellore Human Rally was conducted from Gandhi Statue to Town Hall, Vellore.  The Rally was followed by a meeting at Town Hall, Vellore. 300 Volunteers participated
5 13.07.16 Blood Screening test was conducted to test the Hb level of students to donate Blood.  Officials from Government Hospital, Adukamparai, Vellore came to the college to conduct the test.  Nearly 150 students participated and 50 students were selected fit to donate Blood. 150 Volunteers donated blood
6 14.07.16 NSS volunteers donated blood at Collectorate to encourage female blood donars. 40 Volunteers donated blood
7 24.08.16 Krishna Jayanthi was celebrated by distributing sweets and conducting competitions like fancy dress, singing and slogan telling. 300 Volunteers participated
8 15.08.16 Independence day was celebrated.                Dr.N.Thenmozhi, Head&Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry delivered a message on 70th Independence Day.  NSS volunteers participated in various cultural programmes. 400 Volunteers participated
9 16.08.16 Signature campaign Inter – linking of Indian Rivers 200 Volunteers participated
10 16.08.16 Drawing competition was conducted. 28 Volunteers participated
11 17.08.16 Painting competition was conducted 32 Volunteers participated
12 18.08.16 Kavithai Writing competition was conducted 21 Volunteers participated
13 19.08.16 Essay writing was competition conducted 24 Volunteers participated
14 22.08.16 Pledge was taken in the presence of Principal, DKM College, Vellore and prizes were distributed to the winners of various competitions. 400 Volunteers participated
Special Swatchchta Campaign
15 19.08.16 College campus was cleaned for Swachh Bharat Mission. Banners were placed after cleaning to maintain cleanliness. 400 Volunteers participated
16 24.08.16 Students were taken to the adopted village Edyansathu for cleaning the Elementary School. 100 Volunteers participated
17 19.08.16 & 20.08.16 NSS Volunteers visited the adopted village. They cleaned the temples, elementary school and awareness programme was conducted on Open Defecation Free Village.

The students gave awareness on Open Defecation Free (ODF) Village.

100 Volunteers participated
18 30.08.16 NSS Volunteers went on Rally empathizing on cleanliness. 100 Volunteers participated
19 30.08.16 Students went for Rally on Swach Bharat. The Students distributed pamphlets about keeping the house and surroundings clean. 50 Volunteers participated
20 31.08.16 Meeting was conducted with Principal of the college and it was discussed about the future plans of sustaining cleanliness in the college it was decided to install Incinerator to dispose sanitary napkins. 100 Volunteers participated
Regular Activities
21 08.09.16 Onam festival was celebrated by drawing Athapukolam. Sweets were distributed to the students. 50 Volunteers participated
22 02.09.16 World Suicide Prevention week was observed. Various competitions were conducted on the topic such as Essay, drawing, painting, drama and speech competitions. 45 Volunteers participated
23 09.09.16 In connection with World Suicide Prevention Day. Rally was conducted from Vellore Taluk office to DKM College, Sainathapuram, Vellore.

Signature campaign was also conducted.    Dr. Zubaidha Sulthana, Psychiatrist, Meenakshi Medical College, Kancheepuram Delivered a Talk on the topic “Say no to Suicide” Mr. Chandrasekar, Udavum Ullangal and Mr. Naveen President, Lions Club of Vellore took part in the program. Prizes were distributed to the winners. An awareness regarding suicide prevention was created among the students by lighting the candles.

100 Volunteers participated
24 16.9.2016 “World Ozone Day”

To create awareness for the prevention of pollution, Drawing and Painting competitions were conducted.

50 Volunteers participated
25 22.09.16 Dengue Awareness Programme was conducted and the NSS volunteers were asked to examine the college campus, hostel and the nearby residential areas and were asked to create awareness among the public. 150 Volunteers participated
26 28.09.16 “NSS Day” was celebrated Former NSS program officers were honored. Sweets were distributed to the students. Cultural Programmes were conducted. 100 Volunteers participated
27 06.10.16 Three NSS programme officers attended NSS PO’s meeting at Thiruvalluvar University.
28 18.10.16 Bharat Rathna A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s Birthday was celebrated as, “Youth Awakening Day”. Dr. K. Kalpana, Assistant Professor of Tamil, AAA Arts College, Walajapet addressed the gathering on the topic “Achievements of Abdul Kalam”.        Dr. Vinayaga Moorthy, Librarian in Thiruvalluvar University, motivated the students by delivering a speech on the topic “Life history of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam”. 150 volunteers


29 27.10.16 Diwali was celebrated. Fire service Vellore District demonstrated how to crackle fires safely. 200 volunteers


30 31.10.16 Sardhar Vallabai Patel birthday was celebrated as “Rashtriya Ekta Saptah” Oath was taken for National Unity. Rally was also conducted. 150 volunteers


31 31.10.16 The Death Anniversary of late Smt. Indira Gandhi was observed as “Rastriya Sankalp Diwas”. Dr. G. Sujatha, HOD & Assistant Professor of Tamil delivered lecture on the “Life history of Mrs. Indra Gandhi”. 150 volunteers



1Dr. P.N. Sudha, M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed., Ph.D.,


D.K.M. College for Women,


2Dr. S. Santha Lakshmi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

3Dr. G. Vijayalakshmi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History

4Ms. J. Janani  M.Com. M.Phil.
Assistant Professor of Commerce

5Ms. M.Angelin Mercy, M.A. M.Phil.

Assistant Professor of English.


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The National Cadet Corps was raised on 15 July 1948. It can be considered as a successor of the University Officers Training Corps (UOTC) which was established by the British in 1942.  It’s Head Quarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on a voluntary basis. The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference over normal candidates during selection based on the achievements of the corps. Rather than just being the second line of defence. NCC gives a greater stress on developing qualities of leadership and Officer-like qualities. The greater importance has been given to the areas like social service and youth-management.




The ‘Aims’ of the NCC laid out in 1988 have stood the test of time and continue to meet the requirements expected of it in the current socio–economic scenario of the country. The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens. Further, it aims at creating a pool of organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose. Needless to say, the NCC also provides an environment conducive to motivating young Indians to join the armed forces.

The DKM NCC Troop (Senior Wing) under the control of 1 (TAMILNADU) BATTALION NCC, MADRAS – A GROUP was started in 2004. The first year students are enrolled for a duration of three years. With a sense of nationalism and secularism outlook the DKM NCC Troop has always carried out activities with a distinct emphasis on social services, discipline and adventure training. Periodically, some of the Cadets are selected to undergo the adventurous and rigorous military training in attachment with regular Army training Centres, rock climbing, Mountaineering Camps, Trekking Camps, Army Attachment Camps, National Integration Camps etc., 

Lt. Dr. A. Amirthavalli of the Department of History was the first commissioned officer in command of the college Troop for 9 years from 2006 to 2015. Later NCC was withdrawn due to Non-Availability of NCC Caretaker.

After so many Hardships the DKM NCC Troop NO: 38 was raised again in the College in the year 2020 under the control of 10 (TAMILNADU) BATTALION NCC (Vellore), MADRAS – A GROUP. The DKM NCC Troop functions under the leadership of Lt. M. Gayathri, Associate NCC Officer.

The college offers training in NCC for the students. The students are admitted in NCC once they gain admission in the college. NCC uniforms and other benefits applicable to the NCC are offered to the students without any charges. At the end of each year the students have to return those items.

The newly enrolled cadets undergo various physical and mental training. The physical training includes parades to improve the discipline , unity and physical stamina of the cadets. The parades are conducted by Permanent Instructors(PI staff) and Associate NCC Officers(ANOs). The mental training includes improving the self- confidence of the cadets and decision making tendency in crisis situations. Students who exhibit interest, show active participation and on merit are selected and appointed as leaders and are sent to participate in Various camps. The DKM NCC Troop other regular Parades, camps,also organizes social service events. The Cadets are encouraged to complete the “B” and “C” certificate examinations and also encouraged to take up a career in Armed forces like Army, Navy and Air Force.

Awards Received


  1. Lieutenant rank as NCC Officer at the Officers Training Academy, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
  2. Won Silver Medal in Throw ball Competition organized by the Officers Training Academy, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Awards Received by the Cadets:

Sl.No Regimental No Name Of The Cadet Achievement Year
1. TN20SWA609215 Sivapriya.S Best Cadet for overall performance at ATC Camp held at Muthurangam Govt. Arts College. 2021
2. TN20SWA609201 Aarthi.M Secured Second Prize in Drawing completion  at ATC  camp held at RPT 2021
3. TN20SWA609213 Sangeetha.M Winner in Kho-Kho Match at ATC Camp held at RPT 2021



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